Most children get excited about summer break. No school, no homework, no hassles. While free from a lot of the stresses of the school year, we hear of many kids who do little else but sit around and look at their electronic screens all day. Well, not anymore. Play Streets is here so no more … Continue reading Bridgeton, Vineland, and Millville Clear the Streets for Child’s Play…
The Burlington County Partnership for Youth Success cleared out the Barclay Street Totlot in Burlington City for the community’s youngest residents to take back the streets during its second annual “Play Streets” event. Read the article.
The Burlington County Times highlights the success of law enforcement, local churches, social organizations, youth-based groups, municipal, county and state agencies, and schools working to intervene early and help kids succeed.
A recently adopted local ordinance regulating how close sober living homes can operate from one another is being put to the test in the city’s Chelsea neighborhood. WRI’s research underscores its implications. Read the story.
For the first time in a decade, Burlington City High School achieved a 100 percent graduation rate. NBC10’s Cydney Long takes a look at the keys to the high school’s recent success. Watch clip. (Published Thursday, Jul 25, 2019 | Credit: Cydney Long)
Sarah Allred, associate professor in the psychology department at Rutgers University—Camden and WRI’s faculty director, specializes in color perception, and she explains how the green and blue bubbles make us feel deep in our unconscious mind on TheVerge.